Norwell High School
Chss sets soxfi^ iido^ cu W)a8e*ijfc
Frederick A. Small
A class ill high school is like a ship voyaging through a necessary yet sometimes
stormy sea of education. This voyage is often complicated by the fact that the sea
is constantly changing, altering its yesterday face. The ship, therefore, needs a guide
who can capably chart a course through such uncanny waters. The class of 1965
recognized you, Mr. Small, as our able navigator. Because of your guidance, we feel
better qualified to chart our own courses upon leaving the harbor of our high school.
We, the class of 1965, boarded our ship as inexperienced, undecided boys and
girls. It was a new ship with a new skipper, and we were diffident; but he com-
petently steered our vessel. When storms occured, Mr. Jackman, as our helmsman,
eased the blows and avoided the precarious reefs. Thus, we gained knowledge with
each successive experience. Having sailed the first ship of education under an able
helpful leader, we Seniors have now arrived at the end of this river voyage disem-
barking from our craft as determined experienced young men and women prepared
for the challenging sea.
Robert H. Jackman
MR. HUGH CHANDLER MR. DOMINIC Di MATTIA
MRS. JEAN FIELDS MRS. EDITH DEVINE
Captivated by the sea"'s vast beauty and 'engrossed in the practical knowledge of the
waters, each sailor gains more ejcpetience-Avith every voyage. The fundamental skills
which a crewman of Norwell High School has acquired through all bi^J^hool years
prepare -him for the greatest voyage of all.
"Once you're in college . . ."
MR. JAMES MILLER
"Let's get going"
MISS MARA VEINBERGS
"Nun, ja . . . Wollen Sie singen?"
MRS. MARION C. JOYCE MR. RICHARD MANDILE
"Don't say how come, say why." "Fermez vos livres."
MR. WALLACE PECK
"Now quiet down.".
MRS. ELAINE TAMMI MR. CARL GOLDMAN
"Put away your hooks and take out a pen." "Shows the (|uality of the teacher . . ."
MRS. CHORIS A. VERNON
"Sit down! That's what chairs are for.'
MR. ARTHUR J. AXON
'This is all wrong. Do it over again.'
MRS. MADELEINE S. GULLIVER
"Don't take that paper!"
MR. AND MRS. THEODORE HEWITT
"Quiet down! The other section is singing.'
MRS. MARY F. KNAPP
"You know, that's the trouble with you.
MR. FELIX J. DIXON
"That's ridiculous, or so."
PRESIDENT — Anders Johnson
VICE PRESIDENT — Robert McMillan
SECRETARY — Elaine McGuire
TREASURER — Catherine Edmonds
ROSAMOND WOOD ADAMS
"Love spends all and still hath store"
"Roz" . . . "Which boy is it today, Roz?" . . . Small but
powerful . . . West Newbury
Library Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Basketball 3, 4; Soft-
ball 4; Future Nurses' Club 4
shire . .
"Whoever lives true life will love true love"
older men . . . Lives in New Hamp-
. . "Winker"
ul) 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey
Assistant 4; SHI I' BUILDER
Club 3, 4; Girls' Choir 3, 4
3, 4; Foods Club 3;
Treasurer of Future
PAULA CHRISTINE HANKS
"Mine is ii soft heart"
. . Skip . . .
'Where's Elaine?" . . .
. . The proper thing
1, 2, 3, 4; Drama
Peter, Paul and
Mary . .
Glee Club 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1; Honor
Roll 1; Field Hock. y 2, 3, 4; Foods 3, 4; Future Teacher's Club
4; SHIl'HUILDER 4; S/^jp's Log Layout Staff and Reporter
DOROTHY THERESE BEACH
"A thing of impulse and a child of song"
"Dot" . . . "Hey, Judy" . . . "Who's done their homework?" . . .
Faithful church nocr! . . . I'umpkins, anyone? . . . Telegram! . . .
Glee Club 1; Hon(,r Roll 1; Field Horkey 1, 2, 3; Chess.
Club 2; Drama Club 2; Ship's Log Staff 3; Crafts 3; SHIP-
BUILDER 4; Fiilurc T.mhcr's Club 3, 4
KAREN ANNE BENSON
"/ am that I am."
Blue M.G. enthusiast
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2; Commercial Club 4;
Foods Club 4; SHIPBUILDER 4
"It is not work that kills men; it is worry."
"Benz" . . . Hostess with the mostest . . . Plenty of pep
Big brown eyes . . . "Bye-e-e!" . . . "Where's Mari Jane?"
Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 3; Glee Club 1; Hon-
or Roll 1; Class Vice President 2; Cheerleading 2, 3, 4; Class
Treasurer 3; Ship's Log 3; SHIPBUILDER 4
CATHERINE MARIE BUONO
"It makes us or it mars us."
Horse lover . . . "Shy" . . . "California, here I
LINDA JEAN BURBANK
"All the world's a stage."
"Lin" . . . "Mirror, mirror on the wall ..."... Guitar fanatic!
. . . Chatter Box! . . . Well-groomed! . . . Junior Prom Princess
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1; Library Aide 2, 3, 4;
Foods Club 3; SHIPBUILDER 4
KATHLEEN RITA CAREW
'This house is turned upside down."
Kathy, sweet and petite . . . Quick with a laugh . . . math lover
. . . Snack Bar artist
Glee Club, 1; Honor Roll 1, 2; Library Aide 2; Field Hockey
2, 3, 4; Future Teacher's Club 2, 3 (Sec), 4; Basketball Score-
keeper 2, 3; Biology Seminar 3; Honor Society 3, 4; SHIP-
LEWIS WILLIAM CLARK
"Every man is the maker of his own fortune."
"Billy" . . . Linda . . . Loves those math classes! . . . "Do you
"Walk softly and carry a big stick."
"Dick" . . . quiet . . . future artist
Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Audio Visual Club 3; Wrestling Club 3;
PATRICIA ELLEN CONNELLY
"Self-command is the main elegance."
Seaman Beaman and his seago
Field Hockey 3, 4; Cheerleading 2, 4; Library Staff 4; Drama
Club 1; SHIPBUILDERS
PAULINE REBECCA WORTH
"Suppress me ij you eiin, I am a merry jest."
"Polly" . . . Hey, Worthless! . . . Red headed Devil .
import . . . Polly "Really!" . . . Mine Wis
Glee CIul) 3; Ship's Log 3; Honor Roll 3; Field Ho(
Library Aide 3; Future Teacher's (;iul) 4; Sofli)all
BUILDER 4 )
key 3, 4;
"A blush is betiutijul, but ojten inconvenient."
"Candy" . . . Drives a Vernie . . . Real live wire! . . . "Too
bad ..."... One of the shorters! . . . "Sweet as candy"
Cheerleading Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Drama Club 2;
Honor Roll 1, 2; National Honor Society 3, 4-; Field Hockey
2, 3, 4; Library Aide 2; Class Treasurer 1; Class Secretary
3 ; Track Manager 3
LYNN ELIOT CUSHING
"Laughter's never an end; it's a by-product."
"Cush" . . . Summertime Droopy Dipper . . . "Wedding cake,
anyone??" . . . Junior Hcacli Parly Hostess . . . Snow dean
Glee Club 1; IJasketball Timekeeper 2, 3; Future Teacher's
Club 2, 3; Drama Club 2; Student Council 2, 3
LINDA ANN OANGORA
"Behold I do not give lectures on <i little charity when I give I
A CYOer . . . "Hey, Louise" . . . Junior interests . . . "Anyone
need a Reliable Fence?" . . . Typing two fun
Glee Club 1, 2; Field Hockey 1, 2; Softball 2; Honor Roll 2;
Library Aide 2, 3; Foods Club 3; National Honor Society 3, 4;
Commercial Club 4; SHIPBUILDER 4
SHARON LUCILLE D'APPOLONIO
"The first oj earthly blessings, independence."
"Sharon" . . . Wedding bells . . . "Loves that Navy"
Commercial Club 4 ; Foods Club 3, 4
LINDA CLAIRE DiSTASIO
"A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance."
"Linda" . . . Billy . . . Have you seen Diane? . . . pretty smile
. . . loyal C.Y.O. attendance
Library Aide 2, 3, 4; Foods Club 3; Commercial Club 4;
MAIVE RHODA DOLAN
"The friends of my friends are my friends."
"Maive" . . . motel . . . questions . . . Volkswagen on the go!
Glee Club 4; Commercial Club 4; SHIPBUILDER 4
"The higher the hill the lower the grass."
"Ken" . . . Mrs. Tammi's pet? . . . Potential Norman Rockwell
. . . Talkative guy
MARY ANN EBERLE
"Oh! how many torments lie in the small circle of a wedding
Oh, Gosh! (bookkeeping prolfk-ms) . . . Out of town boyfriend
Commercial Club 4; Basketball 4
CATHERINE PATRICIA EDMONDS
"They can because they think they can"
"Nitzi-pooh" . . . guitar-fingers . . . "Efficient" . . . Hi, rye!
. . . Where's Chris?
Drama Club 1; Glee Club 1; Class Secretary 1; Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Class Treasurer 2, 3;
Honor Society 3, 4; School Newspaper Editor 3; Future Teacher's
Club President 3, 4; Yearbook Business Manager
GEORGE HENRY EMERSON
"Push on — Keep moving"
"Hank" . . . Broken skis? ... a regular Hanoverite . . . fliters
Honor Roll 1; Wrestling Club 2, 3, 4; SHIPBUILDER 4
MARILYN PATRICIA FOTTLER
"The highest distinction is service to others'
Love that hair!
nursing home jumping ! . . . An interest in C.Y.O.
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses' Club 3, 4; Girls' Choir 4
ALINE ELIZABETH GALLAGHER
"So sweet the blush oj bashjulness."
"French, anyone?" . . . quiet . . . It's Aline — not Elaine!
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 3, 4; Foods Club 2; Basket
3; SHIPBUILDER 4
STEPHEN ALLAIRE GAUDETTE
"/ will maintain it before the whole world."
"Steve" . . . Star Island summers . . . Never bought a tank
of gas . . . Knows his electronics . . . "Hey, Cookie!"
Radio Club 1; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Audio Visual Aid 2, 3;
Wrestling 2, 3; Library Aide 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4;
SHIPBUILDER 3, 4
RAYMOND EDWARD GARRETT
"True dignity is never gained by place"
"Ray" . . . Brilliant genealogist . . . basketball giant ... "I
Chess Club 1, 2; Radio Club 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track
1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2; Sophomore Class President; Ship's
Log 2, 3; Junior Class Vice President; Honor Society 3, 4;
German Club 3, 4; Biology Lab Assistant 3, 4; Biological In-
JOHN HENRY GAY
"He'd rather lose his dinner than his jest."
"Gayla" . . . The manager . . . Basketball game . . . "Hey,
Gayla, got a tovv'el?"
Radio Club 1; Photography Club 1; Audio-Visual Aid 2, 3, 4;
Soccer Team Manager 2, 3, 4; SHIPBUILDER 3
"Music is well said to be the speech of angels."
"Ahah" . . . Music Circus . . . math whiz . . . How many
girls in that physics class?
Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Honor Society 3, 4.
WILLIAM DAVID HALLAREN
"Alone I did it."
"Bill" . . . pots and pans washer . . . artist of sorts . .
transmissionless beach biiggy
Baseball 2, 4; Cross Country 2; Track 3
"In death a hero, as in life a friend."
"Oofy" . . . "Where's Elaine?" . . . "Remember the time . . .'
. . . always giggling!
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 3, 4; Foods Club 3
DEBORAH MARIE HALL
"For though I ant splenetive and rash, yet have I in me some-
"Debbie" . . . Quiet?! . . . Smart . . . Halloween, anyone?
. . . "Parlez-vous fran(;ais?"
Cheerleading 2; Library Aide 2, 3, 4; Foods Club 2, 4; Cafe-
teria Staff 3; SHIPBUILDER 3, 4
SUSAN ESTHER REARDON
"Born with a gift oj laughter and a sense that the world is
"Sue" . . . took Canada by storm . . . I'm a Democrat. So
there! . . . veteran drama clubber . . . laugh much??? . . .
Hey, Polly, . . .
Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1; Bas-
ketball Mgr. 2, 3; Girls' Choir 3; Pep Squad 3, 4; Future
Teacher's Club 4
WILLIAM PATRICK HURLEY
"Judge oj a jest when you have done laughing"
"Billy" ... Is it true that blondes have more fun? . . . Presi-
dency of what? . . . one of Dixie's boys . . . Ford bomber
. . . Cute boy !
Basketball 1; Baseball 4; SHIPBUILDER 4
PAULA JEAN HAYNES
"Lest men suspect your tale untrue, keep probability in view"
"Haynesy" . . . Northeastern . . . gabby Haynes . . . sister Pat
Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Drama Club 1; Field
Hockey 3, 4; Softball 4; SHIPBUILDER^
ANDERS ALAN JOHNSON
"Filled ivith jury, rapt inspired."
Mr. President . . . V.W. Bomber . .
tiller of the
Yearbook Editor; Class President 4; Engineering Club 4; Ger-
man Club 3, 4; Ship's Log 2; Photography Club 1, 2; Drama
Club 3; Crafts 3
DAVID ELI JONES
le pain^ of love be sweeter jar than all other pleasures are."
'Jonesy" . . . How about a ride to Hanover? . . . Basketball star
. . . Has an educated thumb
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 4
RICHARD BRIAN KENYON
"A man's own manner and character is what most becomes
"Dick" . . . Where's Lanny? . . . Hey, who's she? ... M. J. ...
Watch those corners
SUSAN DALE BARNECOTT
"Laugh and the world laughs with you, weep and you weep
"Sioux Bee" . . . "You guys" . . . talented seamstress ... a
veteran cheerleader . . . Brown-eyed Blonde . . . "Hey, Barney"
Glee Club 1; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 1; Cheerleading
1, 2, 3; Future Teacher's Club 4; SHIPBUILDER 4
JUDITH ANN LAVIN
"Give me health and a day, and I will make ridiculous the
pomp of emperors."
"Judy" . . . Lobster lover . . . Debater . . . Laughs . . . GOLD-
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1; Drama Club 1, 2; Honor Roll
1; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Future Teacher's Club 2, 3, 4; Li-
brary Aide 2; School Newspaper 2, 3; Biological Investigation
Organization 3, 4; Debating Club 3, 4; National Honor Society
3, 4; Pep Squad 3; SHIPBUILDER 4
FREDERIC CORNELL LEWIN
"What's in a name, a rose by any other name would smell as
Freddie, Professor Fred . . . The Great Debater! . . . "serious
face, but dry wit" . . . Quincy
Biological Investigation Organization 3, 4; Drama Club 3, 4;
Debating Club 3, 4; SHIPBUILDER 4
DEBORAH HAWTHORN LIND
"The two noblest things which are sweetness and light."
Debby, Actress . . . Lorraine's partner . . . "another paint blob-
her professional" . . . Junior Prom Princess
Drama Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Field Hockey 2; Cheerlead-
ing 2, 3; Library Aide 2; Future Teacher's 4; SHIPBUILDER
4; Girls' Choir 4; Choir 4
DIANA SCHUYLER LINDSAY
"There is only one danger I find in life — you may take too many
"Dandy" . . . one of the Beatles! . . . Model A . . . Republican
Hot Ticket . . . Ah Choooooooo! ! !
Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleading 2, 3, 4; SHIPBUILDER
4; Glee Club 1; Drama Club 1, 2; Softball 2, 3; Ship's Log
2, 3; Chess Club 1
CHRISTINE ELLEN LOWE
not for whom the bell lolls, it tolls for thee."
a Bob-lover! . . . "Jump it high, Lowe!" . . .
aul? or Mary? . . . Wenn die Katze nicht zu Hause ist
Glee Club 1; Honor Roll 1; Chess Club 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3,
4; Softball 1; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Ship's Log 3; Pep Squad
3; Future Teacher's 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; German Club
3, 4; Biological Investigation Organization 3, 4; SHIPBUILDER
ROBERT JOSEPH MacKENZIE
"Silence is deep as Eternity; speech is shallow as Time."
"IJol)" . . . sliy and (iiiirt ... a note wriitT
ConiniLTfial Club 4
JUDITH EILEEN MacLELLAN
"/ have enjoyed the happiness oj the world; I have lived and
"Judy" . . . "Hey, Dorothy!" . . . .Sweet sixteen at graduation . . .
Future Teacher's Clul) li, 4; Field Hockey 3, 4; Library Aide
3. 4: SHIPBUILDER 4
"Laugh if you are wise."
"Linda" . . . Oh, that laugh! . . . "Where's Kathy?"
whiz! . . . Future Teacher! \
Drama Club 1, 2; Glee ClubVl, 2; Honor
Club 3, 4; Future Teacher's Vlub 3, 4;
Ship's Log 3; SHIPBUILDER
1, 3; Debating
d Hockey .3, 4;
GERALDINE PATRICIA McCARVELL
"A little nonsense now and then, is relish'd by the best of men."
"Terry" . . . "Hey, Sharon!" . . . Friendly . . . "Hey, did you
understand the homework?"
Band 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Field Hockey 2, 4; Softball 2, 4;
Drama Clul) 3, 4; Library Aide 2, 3, 4; Foods Club 3; Com-
mercial Club 4
ELAINE THERESA McGUIRE
"Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and low, an excellent thing in
"Deep Purple" . . . Oh, so Friendly . . . Tops in Sports . . .
Contagious laugh . . . "I'm confused"
Glee Club 1, 2; Chess Club 1; Honor Roll 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2,
3, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 4; Pep Squad 3;
Class Secretary 2, 4; Student Council 3; German Club 3, 4;
Future Teacher's Club 4; SHIPBUILDER 4
ROBERT McMillan, jr.
"Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of
things not seen"
"Bob" . . . Killer Kawalskie . . . knows his Bible . . . "In my
opinion" . . . presents for Mr. Robinson . . . loyal Youth Times
. . . "Good Morning" . . . June 12, 1965
Wrestling Club 1, 2, 3; Track 1; Chess Club 1; Honor RoU
Honor Society 3, 4; Audio-Visual Aids Club 2; Baseball 3, 4
German Club President 3, 4; Debating Club 3, 4; Ship's Log 3
Class Vice President 4; SHIPBUILDER 4; Biological Investiga
tion Organization 4
BRUCE FLETCHER MEACHAM
"I've taken my fun where I've found it"
»leach" . . . Terror on the soccer field . . . Always with Bud
. "Handles" . . . Night excursions — for what??
)ccer 1, 2, 4; Track 1, 2, 4; Radio Club 1
RICHARD EARL MERRIFIELD
"All greatness is unconscious or it is little and naught."
■'Mousie" . . . Small but (luick . . . P.D. quiz kid . . . one of
Cross Country 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Wrestling Club 4; SHIP-
LANCE RICHARD MESSINGER
"We cannot learn men from books."
"Messy" . . . Hey, Jay! . . . Interest in the younger set! . . .
1968 Winter Olympics . . . Have Vesper, Will Travel . . .
"It's all right . . ."
Honor Roll 1; Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 3, 4; SHIP-
DIANE EDITH MURPHY
"Red as a rose is she."
Danny . . . Have you seen Linda? . . . LOVES those typing
classes! . . . "Oh, no!" . . . "Dee"
Field Hockey 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Library Aide .2,, 3,,
Commercial Club 4; SHIPBUILMJi 4
ELAINE SUSAN ORONTE
"Who does not enjoy life's pleasures is a fool."
"Elani" . . . Oh, those dimples! . . . LOVES English class!!
... "I have to go Itabysitting!" . . . Does .she or doesn't she?
Glee Clul) 1, 2, 3, 4; Foods Club 3; Commercial Club 4;
LINDA JANE PAYSON
'Wo legacy so rich as honesty"
"Linda" . . . Future down-Mainer . . . Oh, that French! . . .
tops at twirling.
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 4;
Softball 2, 4; Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 4; Foods Club 3;
Ship's Log 3; SHIPBUILDER 4; Debating Club 4.
"A ivonderful discovery psychoanalysis; makes quite simple
people feel they're complex."
. . . Romeo ! ! ! , . .
Soccer Manager 4.
Jonny, can I have a ride?
"To climb steep hills requires slow pace at first."
"Steve" . . . military man . . . Scientist? . . . history brain!
Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Library
Aide 2, 3, 4; Audio-Visual Aid 2; Debating Club 3, 4; Pep
Club 3, 4; Cross Country 4; Electronics Club 4: SHIPBUILD-
ELIZABETH CUNARD REESER
"A man must consider tvhat a rich realm he abdicates when
he becomes a conformist."
"Lizzy Poo" . . . Oh no . . . Wanted: rich husband . . . horse
Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2; Library Aide 4
"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm."
"Flowers" . . . Sets the styles . . . Oh, those eyes . . . Has
Pip-rejudice! . . . One of the snorters . . . "Whoobee!"
Cheerleader, JV 1; Varsity 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Drama Club
1, 2, 3; Field Hockey 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Ship's Log
Co-Editor 3; SHIPBUILDER 4
MAUREEN FRANCES ROACH
"The highest distinction is service to others."
Nurse Maureen, sneezing fit . . . "Ant & Roach Killer" . . .
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Nurses Club '3, 4; SHIPBUILDER 4; Drama
Club 4; Pep Squad 3; Library Aide 2, 3, 4
RICHARD HARRY ST. OURS
"You live but once, you should remember this." /
"Pippy" . . . Oh, that smile! . . . Curly-locks . . . Detour to
River Street . . . "Hey, Calvin ! "
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Grand Marshal 3
LOUISE MARIE SILVIA
"Good friendship is indeed a worthwhile thing."
"Louie" . . . always forgetting something . . . Watch those stop
signs! . . . the quiet type (? ?) . . . "the monkey."
Glee Club 1; Future Teachers' Club 2, 3 — Vice-President, 4;
Foods Club 3; Library Aide 3, 4; SHIPBUILDER 4
RICHARD D. SOUTHER
"Imagination is the eye of the soul."
"Dick" . . . poster whiz . . . fast dancer . . . "Prepared book-
keeper, huh, Larry"
SHIPBUILDER 4; Library Aide 4; Commercial Club 4
MARY ELIZABETH SPLAINE
"The truly generous is the truly wise."
Youth Group tonight . . . Splain — one syllable
Future Teachers' Club 2, 3, 4; Ship's Log 3; Honor Roll 2;
Glee Club I; SHIPBUILDER 4
MARY JANE STELLA
"A good laugh is sunshine in a house."
A. . . ." Oh, such a clown! Redheads!! "Where's Dorna??"
"Life of the party"
Glee Club 1; Drama Club 1; Softball 2, 3; Student Council 1,
2, 3; J.V. Cheerleader 1, 2, 3; Varsity Cheerleader 4; Coihmercial
Club 4: SHIPBUILDER Staff 4.
ROBERT CHARLES STEWART
"Kisses kept are wasted."
"Bob" . . . Flirt . . . VIP in MYF . . . Hopped over from
Hopkinton ... a smooth dancer.
BasketbaU 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 2; SHIPBUILDER Staff 4
KAREN LEE THOMAS
"The heaven of each is but what each desires."
"Kay" . . . Sophisticated ! Interests in the older
. . . Psychology whiz!
Basketball 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4
SUSAN LINDA VINAL
The only way to have a friend is to be one."
beauty . . . always organized . . . giggles .
of the Junior Prom,
Basketball 1, 3; F«;ld Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1; Pep
Club 3; Biology Club 3, 4; Future Teachers' Club 3, 4; De-
bating Club 3, 4; Future Nurses' Club 4
BRADFORD STEVEN WARREN
"/ can look as sharp as well as another"
"Brad" . . . Just one more question . . . Oh, those little cars
Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Radio Club 4; Cross Country 4; Track 4.
"Every joy is gain, and gain is gain, however small."
Hot V.W.! . . . Budding Chemist . . . "Hey, Mess-guy!'
The male Mona Lisa!
Honor Roll 1; Track
1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross
Country 3; German Club 4; Soccer 4; SHIPBUILDER 4.
CHERYL ANN WILDER
"A sunny temper gilds the edges of life's blackest cloud."
Cherie . . . Drug store . . . Loves English class! . . . quiet, but
Glee Club 1; Foods Club 2; Pep Squad 3; Future Nurses
Club 3, 4.
BRUCE WILLIAM WILDS
"A beautiful woman is always a welcomed guest!"
Gunner . . . Plenty of ice cream sandwiches! . . . Hey, Bruce
guy! . . . Vermont weekends. . . . "What can I say?"
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 4.
I'm signing up with the Red Sox
Shut my mouth!
Dig that stag line!
The Pied Piper?
1963 brought a pleasant surprise: the Norwell Teachers' Club presented a "Gay Nineties" special in order to
raise scholarship money. ^^fi^UJ P^^'Q
The Cinderella Complex was the Drama Club's first
endeavor at a 3 act play for a public evening perform-
ance. Presented in 1963, the play, directed by Mrs. John
Reardon, was a success. Encouraged by the popularity
of the performance, the club undertook The Curious
Savage in the following year and in November of 1964
The Doctor in Spite of Himself. The latest play, written
by Moliere, proved that a 17th century play can humor-
ously entertain a modern audience.
Mary Jane Stella, William Hurley
study. In the Class of 1965 the
honors were presented to Lynn
Ritchie, Linda Dangora, Gaylen
Grohe, Catherine Edmonds, and
Across the country each year, the Betty Crocker Home-
maker of Tomorrow Test is given to all senior girls. The
test, which includes a variety of questions on food, cloth-
ing, and home management, and an essay, is sent to the
official board for judging. From each school, the test with
the highest score is entered into the statewide contest. In
Massachusetts, Christine Lowe, Norwell's Homemaker of
Tomorrow, ranks in the top ten.
The Student Exchange Program, initiated by Mrs. Tammi, sponsors the exchange of ideas on activities and curriculum
among various schools in the surrounding area. Exchange students of the 1964-65 program, Diana Lindsay, Dorna Benza-
quin, Richard Merrifield, Mary Splaine, and Linda Maxwell, will visit other schools that will, in turn, send students to
In the fall, the student body
elects one member of the Student
Council to attend and participate
in Student Government Day. For
one day in April, Norwell's Rep-
resentative takes part in the func-
tions of the State House along with
other students from Massachusetts
STUDENT GOVERNMENT REPRESENTATIVE
GvJk' CiMji Boys' Sfefe
Each year the Ladies' Auxiliary and the Samuel Turner Legion Post select a boy and girl from the Junior Class
to attend Girls' and Boys' State. The boys go to the University of Massachusetts and the girls to Bridgewater State
Teachers College. For one week these students are active participants in the management of their own state gov-
ernment. The program offers an opportunity to learn about the intricate workings of government as well as the role
of an active citizen.
Each year the Senior Class
nominates three of their girls for
candidates for the D.A.R. Good
Citizen Award. The final choice is
left to the faculty who selects the
one girl to be the school repre-
Mrs. Clifford Joyce
We dedicate this page to Mrs. Clifford Joyce, who for these past years has guided
Latin classes through ancient Rome and modern Europe. Whether discussing the
irregular conjugation of verbs or the often misplaced "hunc" and "id", Mrs. Joyce
has explained, repeated, corrected, and explained again. Thank you Mrs. Joyce.
Although we might not remember the teachings of Cicero or all the declensions, we
shall always remember you, our teacher and friend.
PRESIDENT: James Golemme
VICE PRESIDENT: John Lindsay
SECRETARY: Joyce Joseph
TREASURER: Peter Robbins
Third row: Daniel Conover, Loring Harkness, Kenneth Anderson, James Golemme, Robert Hurley, William Hudspeth, Daniel
Gainey, Alan Gabriel, John Cranton. Second row: Ronald Gay, Charles Beauregard, Donna Carrie, Susan Bonnie, Marian
Clark, Walter Gustafson, William Bennett. First row: Ruth Hamblen, Lee Anderson, Catherine Buono, Diane Carew, Roberta
Albert, Jacqueline Deane, Jeanne Cona, Susan I'iles.
Third row: Mark Stoddard, Richard Splaine, Gary Walsh, John Wilson, John Still, A. Sewell. Second row: Marjorie Visser,
Gayle Suzan, Margaret Strachan, Janet Workman, Deborah Stohn. First row: Doris Yetman, Sandra Sherman, Geraldine Weath-
erby, Marsha Wadsworth, Diane Yetman, Sally Snowdale.
Third row: James Lloyd, David Newton, Peter MacFaden, Michael Marcinkus, John Lindsay, Paul Sabel, Eric Kirbey, John
Lynes, Robert Marsh, John Orcutt. Second row: Thomas Magee, Paul MacDonald, Dennis McKnight, Donna Palli,
Patricia Richie, Stephen Pecoraro, David Mitchell, Peter Robbins. First row: Joyce Joseph, Carol Martin, Donna Paradise,
Elaine Ryan, Susan Ranson, Kathleen Reagan, Christine Johnson, Barbara MacKenzie, Kirsten Ostrand.
Third row: Lincoln Adams, John Edmonds, John Barry, Michael Donovan, Guy Capilli, Linda Farrar, David Bodine. Second
row: Robert Gushing, Fredrick Baker, Sharon Doherty, Judith Bradeen, Susan Aspelund, James Casella, John Beach. First
row: Margaret Connannon, Karlene Draheim, Lynn Baron, Marilyn Collins, Caroline Anderson, Virginia Boig, Karen Eisner.
Third row: Kenneth Gabriel, Curtis Muzrall, David Marsden, Philip Harlow, Ronald Newton, Joseph McGuire, Steven
MacDonald. Second row: Steven Merrifield, Harry Merritt, Kathleen McElwee, Pauline Hanson, Carol Hamer, Patricia Mc-
Neil, Joyce Griffin, Richard Newey. First row: Suzanne Jene, Marie McElwee, Carol Martin, Suzanne Fullerton, Marie
Gunderway, Carolyn Johnson, Kathleen Hammer, Claudia Joseph.
Third row: Calvin Pierce, John Stilgoe, Lee Sherman, Wesley Woodward, Phillip Tyler, Christopher Rankin, William Pet-
erson. Second row: Peter Silvia^ Lisa Roubound, Linda Sturges, Priscilla Shaw, Marcia Zottoli, Linda Sewell, Jacquelyn
Paradise, Chester Paskow. First row: Kathy Young, Linda Reekie, Judith Reardon, Janet Wamsley, Deborah Wadsworth,
Pamela Stauffer, Pamela Nolan, Frances Neilson, Mary Peterson.
Third row: Edward Britlina, Dana Gushing, George Farrar, Del Benzaquin, Benjamin Fuller, Frank DeFabio, Daiia Davis,
William Bowden. Second row: Russell DeGarmo, Robert Doyle, Concetta Feneck, Janet Cochrane, Susan Grossman, Linda
Arlington, Ghristine Gronin, Mary Andrews, Steven DuLong, Richard Gay. First row: Lynda Garr, Judith Armstrong, Stephanie
Arnold, Pamela Dyer, Nancy Axon, Gandice Gully, Eileen Garew, Donna Bosteels, Diane Bandarra, Dorothy Duty, Garole
Third row: Thomas King, Stephen Hammer, Edith Love, Rosina Hight, Linda Harkness, Gail Hanson, John Lcwin, James
Long. Second row: James Keaveney, " Barbara Greenwood, Alison Larkin, Linda Hussey, Janet Hanson, Linda MacKay, Frank
Knudsen, David Johnson. First row: Charlcne Lovell, Jane Luscombe, Kathy Lavery, Gynthia Jevne, Karen Lowe, Kathryn
Hall, Deborah Livessy, Susan Kolbjornsen.
Third row: Thomas Mclver, Eric Redding, Daniel Marsh, James Meacliam, Thomas Murphy, James Osborne. Second row:
Neil MacCleod, David Merrifield, Gail Raymond, Shirley Mclver, Anna Maria Miccichi, Joanne Mayers, Janet Palli, Christine
Reynolds, Dennis Peterson, Paul Paradise. First row: Claire Roach, Carolyn Pike, Deborah Mathews, Christine Pizzella, Karen
MelviUe, Inez Murphy, Kathleen Painter, Wendy Repass, Janice Pollock, Linda Nash.
Third row: Kurt Sundwall, Brian Suzan, Stephen Wilson, Robert Spears, Henry Arnold, Donald Whiting, Richard Young. Sec-
ond row: Robert Virta, Paul Sorenson, Susan Spears, Mary Sherman, Deborah Snow, Thomas Tolman, Kevin Wright. Third
row: Deborah Stohn, Jean Scanlon, Linda Wilds, Janet Thibodeau, Kathleen Scanlon, Kristina Sletner, Rebecca Ruble.
Stephen Reekie, Jay Wennemer, Joyce Joseph, Elaine McGuire, Harry Merritt, Donna Currie, Mrs. Paradise, Arthur
Sewell, Diane Lindsay, Paul Sabel, Lynn Gushing, Claire Roach, Linda Arlington.
The existence of a Student Council within a school's framework is a very necessary organ. The council helps
to maintain student discipline and student affairs. The council also serves as the voice of the student body.
Arthur .Sewell Diane Lindsay
VICE PRESIDENT: TREASURER:
Donna Currie Harry Merrill
First raw: Linda Maxwell, Kathy Carew, Gaylen Grohe, Kendra Covel, Paula Banks, Lynn Ritchie, Robert Mc-
Millan, Paul Sabel. Second row: Christine Lowe, Linda Dangora, Catherine Edmonds, Judith Lavin, Loring Hark-
ness, Mr. Jackman, Patricia Ritchie, Raymond Garrett, James Golemme, John Lynes.
Character, Leadership, Scholarship and Service. These four principles form the basic structure upon 'which the
National Honor Society is built. From this foundation the Norwell Chapter is steadily expanding. Once an insolvent,
insignificant organism, which convened but once a year, today the Norwell Chapter of the National Honor Society
is a flourishing, and influential institution which serves the high school through its paperback fairs.
Standing: Paul Sorenson, Walter Gustafson, John Lynes, Leader; Mr. Orlando, William Hudspeth, Richard Splaine.
Seated: Marjorie Visser, Susan Kolbjornsen, Judith Reardon, Margaret Strachan.
Squeak ! That will never do. The Nonvell High Music Department maintains absolute concord. Under the leader-
ship of the Hewitts and Mr. Orlando the Glee Club and the Band organize the individual talents of our young people
and entertain the remainder of us less-gifted persons!
Standing: Mr. Hewitt; Director, Donna Paradise, Kathy Reagan, Barbara MacKenzie, Marsha Wadsworth, Claire Roach,
Linda Payson. Seated: Second row: Virginia Boig, Mary Peterson, Joanne Mayers, Elaine Oronte, Aline Gallagher, Gayle
Suzan, Geraldine Weatherby, Sandra Sherman, Ruth Hamblen, Linda Carr, Maive Dolan, Karen Eisner, Pamela Dyer,
Janet Wamsley, Linda Sewell. First row: Margaret Strachan, Karen Thomas, Marilyn Fottler, Maureen Roach, Carol
Anderson, Mrs. Hewitt; Directress, Linda Burbank, Rosamond Adams, Wesley Woodward, Roger Reekie, John Pilalas,
Stephen Caudette, Richard Carlisle, Chris Rankin.
From fairy queens to humorous charlatans, the Drama Club has contributed many an enjoyable hour to the audience
Benjamin Fuller, Paul MacDonald, Judy MacLellan, Louise Silvia, Diane Bandarra, William Halleran, Linda Payson,
Diana Lindsay, Geraldine McCarvell, Elaine Ryan, Elizabeth Reeser, Susan Reardon, Linda Harkness, Lynn Gushing,
Pamela Stauffer, Mrs. Vernon; advisor, Mr. Miller; Director, Stephen Gaudette; treasurer, Gaylen Grohe; secretary,
Dorothy Beach, Linda Dangora, Mrs. Reardon; advisor, Stephen Pecoraro, Fred Lewin, David Johnson, Kenneth Gab-
riel, Eric Redding, David Bodine; missing — Joe Gallant; Chairman.
This club is an excellent opportunity for students interested in teaching as a profession by providing guest speakers
and field trips. The organization also offers the opportunity of narrowing down the possibilities in the educational
Judith MacLellan, Elaine Ryan, Jacqueline Deane, Mary Splaine, Joyce Joseph, Janet Workman, Ruthelyn Greenwood,
Linda Jane Payson, Judith Lavin, Deborah Stohn, Elaine McGuire, Susan Vinal, Jacqueline Paradise, Joyce Griffin,
Linda Sturgis, Paula Banks, Pauline Worth, Linda Maxwell, Janet Wamsley. sealed: Dorothy Beach, Louise Silvia,
Christine Lowe; treasurer. Donna PalH; secretary, Mrs. Joyce; advisor, Catherine Edmonds; president, Kathleen
Carew; vice president, Carol Martin; historian, Lynn Gushing, Dorna Benzaquin.
"From buttons to bracelet sales." The Commercial Qub has brightened the spirit at Norwell High School through
its various fund-raising activities as it has helped many organizations and students. The Commercial Club is thff
source of all printed material that is mimeographed for the school's use.
Mary Ann Eberle, Maive Dolan, Elaine Oronte, June Melanson, Linda DiStasio, Karen Benson, Linda Dangora, Richard
Souther, Sharon D'Appolonio, Robert McKenzie, Elizabeth Reeser, Diane Murphy, Geraldine McCarvell, David Jones,
President, Patricia McElwee, Mary Jane SteUa, Mrs. Martin; Advisor.
The responsibilities, characteristics, and importance of nursing are delved into by those who are interested and awak-
ened by this challenge . . . bedpans, yard-long hypodermics, and five o'clock awakenings . . . the patient calls.
Standing: Carol Anderson, Marilyn Fottler, Qaudia Joseph, Miss Smith; Advisor, Carolyn Johnson, Jean Scanlon,
Linda Wilds, Marie McElwee, Janet Thibideau, Rosamond Adams, Susan Vinal, Virginia Boig, Pamela Stauffer,
Marsha Wadsworth, Sharon JDoherty, Jeanne Cona, Deborah Snow, Janet Workman, Susan Files. Seated: Cheryl
Wilder, Maureen Roach.
Oh, what enticing aromas emit from the Home Economics Room when the members of the Foods Club gather under
the direction of Mrs. Vernon.
Patricia McNeil, Linda Reekie, Carol Martin, Lee Anderson, Joyce Griffin, Doris Yetman, Dianne Yetman, Advisor;
Mrs. Vernon, Deborah Hall, Linda Arlington, Marion Qark, Cathy Hall, Jackie Nolan, Sharon D'AppoIonio, Karen
BuAoqUicJIy tl^JU^S^lQGilO^ O^9alu^^it04(/
If one should dissect a biology club, he would find microscopes, bacteria, formalin, genetics lectures, carnivorous
plants, water samples, hibernating box turtles, a cranial capillary or two, and at the very heart a genuine love of
nature and learning.
Marjorie Visser, Jaqueline Deane, Patricia Ritchie, Susan Files, Janet Workman, Peggy Strzihan, Fred Lewin, Jay
Wennemer, Susan Vinal, Christine Lowe, Robert McMillan, John Lindsay, Loring Harkness, Judith Lavin, John Lynes,
Elaine Ryan, Jeanne Conna, Advisor; Mr. Ryan, Raymond Garrett.
Have you ever strolled past the library and distinguished the familiar sound of "Quiet"? . . . "Move to the next
table!" or "Here's your pass!"? Such is the job of tlie faithful library aide.
Standing: Jacqueline Deane, John Edmonds, William Hurley, Christopher Rankin, Thomas Magee, Richard Souther,
Maureen Roach, Richard Hamblen, Geraldine McCarvell, Deborah Wadsworth, Stephen Reekie, Deborah Hall, Ad-
visor; Mrs. Betty Reardon, Priscilla Shaw, Pamela Stauffer, Louise Silvia, Rozalund Adams, Lee Sherman, Elizabeth
Reeser, Marion Clark, Judith Reardon, Gaylen Grohe, Diane Murphy, Marie Gunderway, Marilyn Collins. Seated:
Geraldine Weatherby, Jeanne Cona, Patricia Connelly, Carol Martin, Stephen Gaudette, Linda DiStasio.
"I disagree!" . . . "So what!" . . . "It's my turn!" . . . "Sit down!" . . . "In my opinion" ... So goes the debate.
Standing: Thomas Murphy, Loring Harkness, Robert McMillan, Advisor; Mr. F. David Stephansky, Judith Lavin, Gail
Hanson, Stephen Reekie, Neil McLeod. Seated: Pauline Hanson, Linda Maxwell, Linda Jane Payson, Judith Reardon,
Richard Young, Raymond Garrett, Janet Palli, Karen Lowe, Edith Love, William Peterson, Marjorie Vissor, Fredric
Lewin, Linda Arlington.
The position of office assistant is entrusted to those seniors who show dependability in the commercial field.
"Hello . . . Norwell High School . . . student secretary speaking" is frequently heard.
Standing: Linda DiStasio, Diane Murphy, Geraldine McCarvell, Richard Souther, Mary Ann Eberle, Karen Benson,
Sharon D'Appolonio, Elizabeth Reeser, Robert McKenzie. Seated: Carol Anderson.
"Your film strip is in a tangle!" . . . "The mike's gone dead!" . . . "The screen keeps popping up!" . . . Call
for assistance from the audio-visual boys.
Donald Yetman, Bradford Warren, John Gay, Mike Sewell, Advisor: Mr. DiSabatino, James Lloyd, Thomas Magee,
Stephen Gaudette, Stephen Reekie, Chris Rankin.
Back tow: Russell De Garmo, Robert Gushing, Wayne Randall, William Bowden, Stephen Gaudette, Mr. DiSabatino:
Advisor, Bradford Warren, Richard Hamblen, Michael Mclver, John Gay. Front row: Paul Paradise, Dennis Peter-
son, David Merrifield, Frank Knudsen.
Standing: Sharon Doherty: Secretary, Christine Lowe: Vice President, Miss Veinbergs: Advisor, Robert McMillan:
President, Anders Johnson :* Treasurer. Second row: Kathy Hammer, David Marsden, John Cranton, David Mitchell,
Jay Wennemer. First row: Elaine McGuire, Deljorah Stohn, Richard Hamblen, John Lindsay, Raymond Garrett.
Standing: Richard Young, Jon Cranton, Loring Harkness, James Golemme, Patricia Ritchie, Advisor: Mr. Albert
Zarrella, Susan Files, Raymond Garrett, Paul Sabel, Jeanne Cona, Priscilla Shaw, Peter Robbins. Seated: Joyce Joseph,
Ruth Hamblen, Susan Kolbjornsen, Kathleen Hammer, Sharon Doherty, Lee Anderson, Sandra Sherman, Donna Palli,
Gayle Suzan, Carol Martin, Rosina Hight, Nancy Axon, Karen Lowe, Janet Pollock, Diane Bandarra, Linda Hussey,
Gail Hanson, Cynthia Jevne, Edith Love, Deborah Snow, John Lindsay, Pauline Hanson, Linda MacKay, Kathleen
Reagan, Donna Paradise, Wendy Repass, Del Benzaquin, Janet Thibodeau, Susan Jevne, Rebecca Ruble.
Standing: Russell DeGarmo, Paul MacDonald, Advisor: Mr. Wallace Peck, David Mitchell, William Hallaren. Seated:
Deborah Wadsworth, John Lindsay, Loring Harkness, Raymond Garrett, Thomas Magee.
1 965 CidpbuJMikn^ Qb^
Kneeling: Deborah Hall, Elaine Oronte, Mary Splaine, Dorna Benzaquin, Paula Haynes, Kendra Covel, Kathleen Carew,
Geraldine McCarvel, Sharon D'Appolonio, Elizabeth Reeser. Seated: Lynn Ritchie, Elaine McGuire, John Gay, Lance Messinger,
Judith Lavin, Anders Johnson, Mr. Robinson, Catherine Edmonds, George Emerson, Paula Banks, Robert McMillan, Gaylen
Grohe, Mary Jane Stella. Standing: Richard Souther, Bruce Meacham, Aline Gallagher, Maive Dolan, Patricia McElwee,
Linda Maxwell, Susan Reardon, Christine Lowe, Linda Dangora, Susan Vinal, Polly Worth, Linda Jane Payson, Karen
Benson, Linda Benson, Carol Anderson, Patricia Connelly, Lynn Gushing, Maureen Roach, Mary Ann Eberle, Linda DiStasio,
Diane Murphy, Louise Silvia, Diane Lindsay, Judith McLellan, Dorothy Beach, Richard Kenyon, Richard Carlisle. Loring
Harkness, Frederick Lewin, Stephen Gaudette, Robert Stewart, Stephen Reekie, Jay Wennemer, Richard Merrifield.
John Gay, Gaylen Grohe, Lynn Ritchie, Judith Lavin, Mary Jane Stella, Lance Messinger,
George Emerson, Robert McMillan, Paula Banks, Elaine McGuire, Catherine Edmonds,
Mr. Edwards Mrs. Knapp, Mrs. DiNardo, Mrs. Winters, Mr, Hughes Mr. Crowley
During the course of a voyage there are bound
to be times of tedious calm. So too, a school year
would prove wearisome if it offered only opportu-
nities for mental achievement. Recognizing the
shortcomings of such a system, Norwell High re-
sponds by offering its students the benefit of outdoor
and indoor physical recreation. Athletic functions
encourage recognition of athletic skills, excite a
healthy school spirit, and keep participants in
one, two. three . . . kick !
The '65 Shipbuilder
staff dedicates these pages
to Norvvell's Football Squad,
which has, in its infant
stages, shown tremendous
potential — a potential which
places football decidedly as
the top future fall sport. Un-
der Coaches Gardener and
Mandile, the boys have con-
tinued last year's program
with strenuous calisthenics,
(vocal exercise included),
the "set-up", Cross-buck, 47
reverse, and the T-forma-
The list of drills and
plays learned and applied
by team members grew as
the season wore on. Like-
wise, as the season wore on,
there developed a threat to
football's existence. A
question arose as to whether
or not football could be
financially supported in the
1 964- 1 965
athletic budget. The coaches,
the team, and the students
rallied to save football. With
that obstacle successfully
overcome, Coaches Garde-
ner and Mandile and the
Squad have an expanded
program in their horizon
which might include scrim-
mages with other schools'
varsity squads. At any rate,
the team's standing record
of three scrimmages won
out of four played deserves
hearty and enthusiastic ap-
plause. Indeed, the Year-
book staff most warmly con-
gratulates every team mem-
ber, every football support-
er, and last but never
least. Coaches Mr. Robert
Gardener and Mr. Richard
Mandile, for a job well
If one should wander
near the gymnasium after
school on Monday, Wed-
nesday, or Friday, one
might see Mr. Chandler
flying through the air or
hear a fascinating medley
of grunts and groans. One
should not, however, be
dismayed. The Wrestling
Club is in session.
Under the direction of
Mr. Chandler, the boys re-
ceive instruction in the
various holds in wrestling.
Although the members
have not entered any com-
petition, and there are no
definite plans for such, the
club offers activity for all
those interested in the
sport. The boys did, how-
ever, take a field trip this
year to watch the wrestling
match between MIT and
The Pep Club is an organi-
zation formed by a number
of high school students. In
order to qualify for the club,
a student must meet certain
requirements and write an
application, stating his reasons
for wanting to join. The club
learns the various cheers and
school songs and increases the
volume of the voices of the
cheerleaders. The purpose of
the club is to provide students
with school spirit and en-
courage the team to play to
its best ability.
Norwell vs. Hanover
First row: John Edmonds, Kurt Sundwall, Ralph Cluff, David Marsdcn, John Lewin, Jonathan Cranton. Second row: Mr.
Axon, Coach; Ronald Newton, Stephen Hammer, Brian Suzan, Michael Mclver, David Newton.
First tow: Jay Wennemer, Richard Merrifield, Charles Beauregard, Gary Walsh, David Marsden, Curt Resser, Lance Messin-
ger. Second row: Coach Axon, Daniel Conover, James Golemme, Robert Hurley, Paul Sabel, Peter Robbins, Eric Kirby,
Curtis Muzrall. Third row: Walter Marcinkus, David Wright, Kenneth Anderson, James Lloyd, Alan Prouty, William Daly,
John Smith, Arthur Sewell, William Peterson. Fourth row: John Edmonds, Dennis Keefe, John Lindsay, Joseph McGuire,
Bruce Meacham, Robert Boig, Alan Gabriel, David Bodine.
Standing: Chester Paskow, Steven Merrifield, Burr Cornwell, Bruce Wilds, Loring Harkness, Jonathan Cranton, Lincoln Adams,
Richard St. Ours, Walter Marcinkus, Robert Marsh, Ronald Gay, Ralph Cluff, Robert McMillan. John Lynes, Guy Capilli,
Mr. Gardner, coach. Kneeling: Walter Gustafson, David Mitchell, James Cassella, Richard Newey, Harry Merritt, Phil Harlow,
Standing: Brad Warren, David Marsden, John Lindsay, Roger Reekie, Richard Hamblen, Mr. Peck. Kneeling: Stephen
Reekie, Richard Merrifield, Lance Messinger, David Jones.
Hey Hoobies, stop foolin' around . . . '
Geraldine McCarvell, Candy Covel, Kathy Carew, Paula Haynes, Patricia McElwee, Susan Vinal, Polly Worth, Judy Lavin,
Elaine McGuire, Carol Anderson, Patricia Connelly, Lynn Ritchie, Linda Maxwell, Christine Lowe, Doma Benzaquin, Diana
.Sue and Polly keep tlie dirt flying
Kneeling ; Janet Wam-
sley, Susan Ransom,
Judy Reardon, Carolyn
Johnson, Mary Peterson,
Second row; Christine
Johnson, Carol Martin,
Virginia Boig, Joyce
Jeseph, Donna Palli,
Carol Hamer, Sandra
Sherman, Dianne Yet-
man. Third row; Paul-
ine Hanson, Claudia
Joseph, Kathleen Mc-
Elwee, Patricia Ritchie,
Gayle Suzanne, Barbara
Paradise, Linda Sewell.
"Mrs. Knapp, that girl over there hit
2. ..4. ..6. ..8
Sticks again ? ! !
Seated; Karen Lowe, Jean Scanlon, Janet Palli, Nancy Axon, Christine Pizella,
Jevne. Standing; Christine Lynes, Gail Raymond, Rosina Hight, Edith Love, Gail
Standing: Linda Payson, Paula Banks, Jacqueline Deane, Jeanne Cona, Mrs. Knapp; coach, Rosamond Adams, Jacqueline
Paradis. Kneeling: Susan Files, Christine Lowe, Janet Workman, Judith Lavin, Denise Williams, Catherine Edmonds.
JuMlOn/ Vmitfj Cqvucul
Standing: Janet Palli, Mary Andrews, Carol Hamer, Linda Harkness, Linda Sturgis, Virginia Boig, Rosina Height, Kathleen
Hammer. Kneeling: Gail Raymond, Deborah Matthews, Barbara Greenwood, Christine Lynes, Nancy Axon.
The National Athletic Scholarship
Society of Secondary Schools recog-
nizes through membership those boys
who have exemplified the highest type-
of citizenship and sportsmanship. To
be eligible for membership in this
society, a boy must have earned a
varsity athletic letter and have achieved
an average in his school work for three
consecutive semesters equal to or higher
than the general average of the school.
Recognition is through a pin and a
John Gay and
Bch^ HjuHo QjpOfds /KwCtAji
Each year one girl and one boy are
selected from the Senior Class to re-
ceive the Babe Ruth Sports Award.
The recipients exemplify the qualities
of outstanding sportsmanship and lead-
ership, whether as a team participant
or a spectator.
Kendra Covel and
Mr. and Mrs. John Edmonds
Mr. and Mrs. John Reardon
E. W. Hasltlns. Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Meyer
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kapczynsici
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Graham
Mrs. Robert Bracchi
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jones
Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Davis
Sara E. Black
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Donovan
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Baldwin
Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Cornwell
Mary E. Osborne
Mrs. George B. Irish
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Blair
Compliments of a Friend
Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marsh
Mrs. John A. Martin
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Devine
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Axon
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Field
Miss Karen Ann Goldman
Mr. and Mrs. Dominic DiMattia
Miss Rita Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Robinson
Mr. Alfred F. Capos!
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Joyce
Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Mandila
Miss M. Veinbergs
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zarrella
Miss Joanne T. Moll*
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jackman
Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Knapp
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Pike
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh W. Chandler
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Paradise
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Robbins
Mr. and Mrs. David Ryan
The Football Team
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Lapham
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tammi
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Vernon
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Gulliver
Mr. and Mrs. Elphege A. Daneau
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Garrett
Mr. and Mrs. John McKnight
Mr. and Mrs. Chester J. Paskow
Mrs. Barbara Sckow
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Small
Mrs. E. L. Donovan
Miss Dorothy Donovan
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pall!
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie L. Faulkner
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Splaine
Mr. and Mrs. Jerold Wilbur
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Markarian
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Norton
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Demptey
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Craven
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Knowlet
Mr. and Mrs. David Kercz
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Curtis
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Drews
Dr. and Mrs. Saul Quint
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley J. Stickels
Mrs. Phylis Levin
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Fottler
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Bowker
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Andersen
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Raymond
Mr. and Mrs. Horgan
Dr. and Mrs. Wiklunds
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hudson
Mr. and Mrs. Sheehan
Mr. and Mrs. James Walshe
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ludlow
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Berestecki
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Lavin
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Earley, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. James Crispin
Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Stoner
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Grant
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Manter
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bergeron
Dr. and Mrs. Albert J. Allen
Mr. and Mrs. Domenic A. Zambuto
Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Quimby
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Raiche
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Savery
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Spangenberger
Mr. and Mrs. George Chadwick
Mr. and Mrs. Kieffer
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Harding
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hartigan
Mr. and Mrs. William Hurley
Mr. and Mrs. George Connell
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Belyea
Mr. and Mrs. Francis L. Hurley
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smolski
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Downing
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Stowell
Mr. and Mrs. John Malany
Mr. and Mrs. Adams
Mr. and Mrs. Kenney
Mr. and Mrs. White
Mr. and Mrs. Babineau
Mr. and Mrs. Fell
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Keddie
Mr. and Mrs. Scanlon
Mr. and Mrs. Nagle
Mr. and Mrs. MacLaughlin
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant
Mr. and Mrs. Yanarella
Mr. and Mrs. James McElwee
Mr. and Mrs. F. Dolan
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Reilly
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. McCafferty
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Dionne
Mr. and Mrs. Earle Walker
Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Cooper
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Agneta
Linda and John Murphy
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Burke
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Joyce
Mr. and Mrs. Ashton H. Wilcox
Mr. and Mrs. John J. McCarvell
Jean T. McAlpine
Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Briggs
Marjorie Cavanagh — Class of '61
Faye Weeklie — Class of "54
Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Lowe
North River Imports
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Ramsay
Mr. and Mrs. George Jackman
Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Schultz
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Sperry
Mrs. David T. Fogg
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Joseph
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Joseph
Mr. and Mrs. E. Arnold Joseph
John W. Dawson
Bob and Chris
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Mattsou
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton V. MacCoy
Mrs. Eleanor LeDuc
Mr. and Mrs. John Lindsay
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Hall
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Richards
Mr. and Mrs. Warner Abbott
Mr. and Mrs. David Moran
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stauffer
Mr. and Mrs. James T. King
Mrs. Theodore M. Dyer
Mrs. Francis Dyer
Mr. and Mrs. George R. Cronin
Mr. and Mrs. Almquist
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tedeschi
Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. ZanettI
Mr. and Mrs. George Beach
Mr. and Mrs. L. Aspelund
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest H. Sparrell
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cushing
Mr. and Mrs. George Henry
Mr. and Mrs. James Esson
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Fagerstrom
Mr. and Mrs. Warren B. Noble
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Porter
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Robbins
Mr. and Mrs. William T. McKay
Mr. and Mrs. Eric A. Fallgren
Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Adams, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carr, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Worth
Scituate Lobster Company
Mrs. John Crimmins
Mr. and Mrs. David C. Stella
Mr. and Mrs. J. Arthur Wheble
Mr. James Hewitt
Mr. and Mrs. John McGowan
Michael C. McCann, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Martin. Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boussy
Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey
Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. McCarthy
Mrs. George Emerson
Patty and Johnny
THE OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS OF THE SHIPBUILDER
CONGRATULATE THE CLASS OF 1965
37 Cottage Avenue
QUINCY 69, MASSACHUSSETS
SERVICE STATION AND SPORT SHOP
HAVE IT BUILT RIGHT
C. ED WHITE
Circuit Street Norwell
> Perennials •
On Route 53
OPEN ALL YEAR
BEST WISHES FROM
ESTES AUTO SUPPLY, INC.
Clothes for the Entire Family
HANOVER ROUTE 53
HOLLAND REAL ESTATE
196 Front Street
Scituate Harbor, Mass.
TEDESCHI'S PACKAGE STORE
99 Front Street
M. H. BAILEY & SON
We Specialize in . . .
• STORM PANELS for CASEMENT WINDOWS
. STORM PANELS for PICTURE WINDOWS
• COMBINATION WINDOWS AND DOORS
SCOTTY'S BARBER SHOP
106 Front Street
We Recommend ANODIZED Aluminum
Near Salt Water
Scituate Harbor, Mass.
ROUTE 53 HANOVER
826-4205 GR 1-0908
NOBBIE BEAUTY SHOPPE
55 Cole Parkway
YE OLDE SATUIT GRILLE
For Coal, Grain, Lumber
and Building Supplies
HANOVER ROUTE 53
NELL FISHER SHOP
Women's Apparel and Accessories
Scifuafe Harbor, Mass.
HELEN HASBROUCK. Owner
Finest Meats Sold Anywhere
VIVIAN AND ROBERT McMILLAN
Old Cape Cod House Antiques
Route 53, Norwell
We are in the Market for the Following:
Old Coins, Dolls, Toys, and Banks
Iron, Copper, and Brass
China and Glass
Plan to Attend Our Summer Auction.
PAUL G. JEVNE
Main Street Norwell, Mass.
ALVIN MOLLIS & CO.
819 Washington Street, Hanover
THE HOLLIS FLEET DELIVERS HEAT
HANOVER AND VICINITY ENTERPRISE
5100 N. G.
So. Weymouth 335-2100
24 Hour Burner Service
STONE HOUSE GARDENS
659-2252 ED 7-1575
Nights OL 9-2824
JACK BARCA'S BARBER SHOP
Open Monday, Tuesday, and Saturday 8 A.M. to 6 P.M.
Thursday and Friday 8 A.M. to 8 P.M.
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BROCKTON SAVINGS BANK
GEORGE A. BEACH
Plumbing and Heating
. . . Your G.E. Dealer
TAILORS * CLEANERS
305 Union St.
NATIONAL BANK OF
Brockton — Hingham — Norwell — Scituate
Banking Services Since 1833
NORWELL 1-HOUR CLEANERS
Cleaning on the Hour, Every Hour Till 3 P.M.
Shir+s Laundered — 3 Hour Service
Washington Street, Route 53
QUALITY WORK DONE ON THE PREMISES
Main Street Norwell, Mass.
ELLIOTT S. COX— Owner
F. W. WOOLWORTH CO.
"SHOP WOOLWORTH'S AND SAVE"
ROCKLAND MUSIC STORE
325 Union Street
PAYNE'S COLOR MART
Wallpaper — Paint — Rental Equipment
QUEEN ANNE'S CORNER
Tel. Riverview 9-4099
QUEEN ANNE'S CORNER
ANDREW G. GORDON
Norwell, Mass. OL 9-2262
BEST WISHES TO
THE CLASS OF "65"
THE MASSACHUSETTS REPUBLICAN
Ulsposai osrvice — DmCKTop unveways
Norwell — Scituate — Cohasset
Main St., Norwell, Mass.
Box 165, Scituate, Mass.
"Cider sweet as a kiss"
^Vashlnaton Street Norwell
KIMBALL JOHNSON REALTY CO
KOUTe 9j and ronci jt.
Tedeschi Shopping Center
Route 53 Norwell
Compliments to the
Class of 1965
"Our Care Gives Longer Wear"
PURE JOY DAIRY
Specializing in Ignition and
Complete Fordomatic Service
Jets. Rts. 3 and 123 WAYNE H. ROBBINS
Hanover, Mass. Manager
Compliments of the
FOX HILL OIL CO.. INC.
FENCE CO., INC.
F. A. LEARY, INC.
Sales • Oil Burner • Service
GULF SOLAR HEAT
Washington Street Assinippi, Massachusetts
The Good Gulf Station
Exit 31 on South
FINE FOODS FRIENDLY SERVICE
ROUTE 53 (Old Rte. 3)
de COUREY AND SON
Route 53 Norwell, Mass.
GEORGE and MARY BENNETT— Owners
NORGE CLEANING VILLAGE
BERNICE SCHUBERT— Proprietor
Best of Luck
Class of 1965
WALTER R. HALL. INC.
Route 53 Norwell
SULLIVAN FUNERAL HOMES
serving the Old Colony District
41-45 Water St.. Roclcland
515 Washington St., Hanover Rte. 53
Ample Private Parking
ALBERT E. SULLIVAN. Reg. Funeral Dir.
Snacks — ^Complete Dinners — Take Out Service
For Good Food in a Pleasant Atmosphere
featuring James H. McManus Ice Cream
Route 53 7 ^■^ •'^ ^-M'
Norwell HAROLD PACE. JR.. Prop.
MR. PAULS HAIR DESIGN
146 Broadway — Hanover
THE WISHING WELL
YARN AND GIFT SHOP
Congratulations, Graduates, From
EDITION Of THJ HANOVER BRANCH
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FRANKLIN PUBLISHING CO., INC.
16 Park Street, Rockland, Mass.
LELYVELD'S SHOE STORE
Union at Reed Street
ACCORD SERVICE STATION
SHELL SERVICE AND ACCESSORIES
Washington Street Norwell, Mass.
Thousands and Thousands
of Pairs of Slacks
at Savings Up to '/a Off
Men's * Teens' * Boys'
Popular Tapered Styles
Prices Start at $3.69
Hingham Shopping Plaza
24 Air-Conditioned Lanes
ACCORD PINES NURSING HOME
For Convalescent * Chronically Sick
KATHERINE J. SHEPARD— Prop.
GEORGE F. CAVANAGH
Jackets, Handbags, Gloves
TO THE CLASS
Paul and Roz
Pippy St. Ours
Chris and Russ